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Selected Publications for Lucinda Pease Alvarez

Pease-Alvarez, L. & Thompson, A.  (2014). Teachers working together to resist and remake educational policy in contexts of standardization.  Language Policy, 13 (2), 165-181.

Pease-Alvarez, L. and Samway, K. D. (2012). Teachers of English learners negotiating authoritarian policies. The Netherlands: Springer.

Walqui, A. & Pease-Alvarez, L. (2011). Teacher learning for instruction of second language learners. In K. S. Gallagher, R. Goodyear, D. J. Brewer, & R. Rueda (Eds.), Urban education: A model for leadership and policy (pp. 297-310). New York: Routledge.

Pease-Alvarez, L. & Thompson, A. (2011). Teachers organizing to resist in a context of compliance. In Kathryn Davis (Ed.), Critical qualitative research in second language studies: Agency and advocacy (pp. 277-295). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.

Pease-Alvarez, L., Samway, K. D., & Cifka-Herrera, C. (2010). Working within the system: Teachers of English learners negotiating a literacy instruction mandate. Language Policy, 9(4), 313-334.

Pease-Alvarez, L. & Samway, K. D. (2008). Negotiating a top-down reading mandate. Language Arts, 86(1), 32-41.

Pease-Alvarez, L. & Schecter, S. R. (Eds.) (2005). Learning, Teaching, and Community: Contributions of situated and participatory approaches to educational innovation. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Samway, K. Davies, & Pease-Alvarez, L. (2005). Teachers’ perspectives on Open Court. In B. Altwerger (Ed.), Reading for profit: The commercialization of reading instruction (pp. 142-157). Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann.

Pease-Alvarez, L. (2003). Transforming perspectives on bilingual language socialization. In R. Bayley & S. Schecter (Eds.), Language socialization in bi- and multi-lingual societies (pp. 9-24). Clevedon, England: Multilingual Matters.

Pease-Alvarez, L. (2002). Moving beyond linear trajectories of language shift and bilingual language socialization. Hispanic Journal of Behavioral Sciences, 24(2), 114-137.

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